Author Archive

Ann (Vejlupek) Lossner

Ann (Vejlupek) Lossner

March 9, 1914 – April 18, 2015

Dean Nelson McLoud

Dean Nelson McLoud

October 27, 1953 – March 15, 2015

Mission is not accomplished

Mission is not accomplished

Not known for his intellect, George W. Bush was remarkable for his ability to make prophetic statements on at least one occasion. On May 1, 2003, after landing by small jet aboard the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln and standing under a banner that read “Mission Accomplished,” then-President Bush heralded “the arrival of a new era.” He […]

Fire board candidate outlines goals

Fire board candidate outlines goals

To the Editor: When I retired from full-time employment I was determined to get involved again with the Keizer community. This led to my appointment to the Keizer Fire District Budget Committee and joining the Keizer Fire District Citizens’ Advisory Committee. Attending Budget Committee meetings and board of director meetings, as well as reading through […]

Support for Chet Patterson

Support for Chet Patterson

To the Editor: I support Chet Patterson for Position 3 of the Keizer Fire District Board of Directors. He and his family have been part of the community since 1978, and Chet has been part of Keizer “from the ground up.” He co-authored the feasibility study that led to the successful incorporation of Keizer in […]

Support for Jim Taylor

Support for Jim Taylor

To the Editor: I have served with Jim Taylor on the Keizer City Council and on many committees and task forces.  Over the years I have learned that Mr. Taylor always puts Keizer residents first, steps up to help when asked, and keeps an open mind to find creative ways to get the best bang […]

State should go slow on speed increase

State should go slow on speed increase

To the Editor: As the Oregon legislature races toward increasing speed limits (pun intended), they need to back off for a moment and think about the unintended consequences that will follow. How about this: Let’s talk about funding the Oregon State Police with the goal of hiring a few hundred troopers to regain the strength […]

Ktimes editorial, story disrespectful

Ktimes editorial, story disrespectful

To the Editor: We have had the great honor to volunteer in Keizer for many years and are so very grateful to live in a city that supports and appreciates the people who give so much of their precious time and talents.  This is why we were so disappointed in Craig Murphy’s very negative and […]

Chamber forum flowed as planned

Chamber forum flowed as planned

To the Editor: Re:  Candidates deserved more,  editorial, April 17: I would ask Mr. Craig Murphy to read the information provided on our Chamber website.  Our calendar excerpt states:  The hour and half of networking, lunch table talk, and introductions is scheduled from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Keizer Quality Suites located at […]

Candidate forum

Candidate forum

To the Editor: When invited to the Keizer Chamber’s “Meet the May Primary Election Candidates” presentation my invitation notified me that there would be “an hour and a half of networking, lunch table talk, and introductions.”   I appreciate that Mr. Craig Murphy of the Keizertimes believed that candidates deserved more time to speak, but the […]

ADVERTISEMENT

Copyright (c) 2010 Keizertimes / Wheatland Publishing. Created by Born Invincible Design.